God Emperor of Dune - Pages 174-220 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 174-220 Summary

Thoughts of Noree keep Leto awake. Her presence means that his "most secret secret" is known. His metamorphosis cannot be reversed and even if it could, Noree would not live to see it. He could breed something like her, but it would not be gentle Noree, who shares his torment. The mob-within taunts him: he must complete his "one purpose"; he cannot break his oath. Leto sees himself as a disruptive force limiting expectations, dampening the pendulum, so he must release it and drop the self-pity. His original unselfish choice is filling him with selfishness. Forces assault him with flesh rather than machines. The voices suggest he knows the antidote. Leto's body trembles. He must make a safari into his past, stopping to revel in sensory delights. He could visit great musicians, as after the death of a beloved Idaho; pretentious...

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